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I have a local Intranet and I am currently designing simple web pages for the input of data into forms that need to be printed for a quoting system. Is there some applet that exist, java or otherwise, that can be used on a local client side to que printing to a local network printer? Even non java based html tags have not worked, unless I am just totally clueless.. Which might be the case...
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Oh, it would be nice to have everything entered in and then have a CLICK here button to send that form the printer..

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If you want to make this as easy for the user as "click here", you will have to handle the printing server-side.

Try to send the form to a CGI or a servlet that does the printing...
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Sounds pretty generic. Is there some location where I can obtain pre programmed cgi for this purpose? The extent of my coding ability is html and even that is taxed.. thanks..


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